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Watch ‘The Four Boys’ Trailer – A Nollywood Movie Inspired by the Aluu4 Tragedy

The Four Boys official trailer by Simony Production has finally been premiered. The movie was produced by Sylvester Obadigie, directed by Morgan Ukaegbu, and starring Zubby Michael, Paul Sambo, Johnpaul Nwadike, Junior Omoigbaele, Chiwetalu Agu, Angela Okorie, Ruth Kadiri & Onyi Alex.

Based on a true life story, the lead actors, Zubby Michael, Paul Sambo, Johnpaul Nwadike & Junior Omoigbaele, played the roles of the four Uniport students that were brutally murdered by a notorious vigilante group in 2012. The storyline showed the lifestyle of the boys, which included a great unyielding passion for music, and life in general. Until that unprecedented tragic and horrific incident occurred after the boys were wrongfully accused of stealing laptops and phones. There are reportedly several twists to the story, as it was indicated that one of the four boys had previously loaned his friend a lump sum of money before, which was one of the key factors that led to that horrific incident.

Watch the trailer after the cut…

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3 Comments

  1. If only this only happened in a movie….SMH…still find it hard to absorb the shock

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  2. storm

     /  February 14, 2013

    Hopefully this movie will teach a real lesson and wasn’t just done to make money. Jungle justice is never cool. Ppl should know nigeria doesn’t support that sort of behaviour….ever.

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